Archive | September, 2016

Lean on Me

Today’s Foto Fix was taken at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in Escondido just a few weeks ago. ~SueBee

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Two Girls and One Gull

I took this picture near Encinitas and didn’t notice the seagull until I was back home, reviewing my pics. The two little girls in matching blue robes is what had caught my eye. ~SueBee

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Beach Shop at the Beach

During my recent overnight get-away along the coast near Carlsbad, I discovered a goldmine of a beach shop. The shop carried every possible beach decor one could imagine… and imagine I did! I’ve spent the majority of my free time in the past months redecorating the interior, and re-landscaping the exterior, of my home. It’s […]

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Orange Cones on the Beach

Today’s Foto Fix was taken near Leucadia, in Southern California. ~SueBee

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Ships to Load

Daily Foto Fix taken during a tour of Long Beach and Los Angeles harbors. ~SueBee

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Sailboat in L.A. Harbor

I took a harbor cruise of Long Beach and Los Angeles Harbors this past Saturday with a dear friend of mine. The cruise was fantastic and we thoroughly enjoyed seeing the harbor from the water’s side. While I sort through dozens of photos and pull together a few blog posts, I thought I’d use this picture […]

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Through the Wave

Today’s Foto Fix of a surfer just breaking through a wave was taken off Carlsbad in Southern California. ~SueBee

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Exploring Torrey Pines State Park

(14 photos in gallery) During my recent one night get-away to areas further south of home in Southern California, I explored the San Diego Zoo Safari Park until it got too hot, and then headed to the beach. I stayed overnight in a hotel at the quaint town of Carlsbad and drove further south the next day. […]

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San Diego Zoo Safari Park

(18 photos in gallery) I visited the San Diego Zoo Safari Park on Sunday, arriving near opening time of 9am. I was glad for that as the day quickly became far to hot for the animals to be active and for me to be walking about! It was a very enjoyable morning, though, and I […]

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California’s Central Coast

Rugged beauty and solitude describe the scene along California’s coast north of Cambria. The area is another favorite of mine. ~SueBee

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Getting an Early Start

Road trips. Gotta love em and their crack of dawn starts. This photo was taken en route to the back country, what’s left of it, in Orange County. ~SueBee

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